Shakedown Street, Walkin' Blues, Friend Of The Devil, Queen Jane Approximately, Ramble On Rose, The Music Never Stopped Eyes Of The World, Playin' In The Band-> Terrapin Station-> Drums, Jam-> The Last Time-> Stella Blue-> Sugar Magnolia, E: Liberty
DSBD > CD > EAC > SHN; Liberty supplied by the FOB-AUD(Schoeps MK4>SV250)>DAT>CDR source; EAC/SHN by Darryl Hinko
October 8, 2021 Subject:
I am on an amazing journey
I am listening to every 1994 show in order, mining for gold.
Jerry just can't nail down the Shakedown lyrics, or the intro to Stella Blue lol. Phil lends a helping hand on Stella. Very nice Music Never Stopped. Decent (but not great) second set. 22 min Eyes is interesting. Onto the next show.
May 30, 2019 Subject:
I sang a little while and then flew on.
April 7, 2010 Subject:
terrapin is a sad one
cant argue with the quality (of sound) but hell for that matter with the grateful dead, i'd rather listen to a 994-995 than nothing!
Jerry's MIDI tricks on Eyes are nice but it takes him 15 min. to get there, and the clumsy transition into a terrible PITB doesn't help.
Like many 94-95 shows, the most notable thing here is the "help me I'm dying" quality of Jerry's voice -- tells you all you need to know.
Would be a one-star show but for Vince (how's that for irony).
April 4, 2010 Subject:
Jerry was smacked out and butchered Terrapin. Miami was like 120 degrees and gross. So sad to see Jerry like this. Plus there was a dude behind me eating the most disgusting nachos from the snack bar. blech...
April 1, 2009 Subject:
A little gem
Ths show has some definite great moments and the pace of the show is very nice. Yes Jerry flubs the lyrics to Shakedown, maybe the worst ever, but quickly makes up for it musically.The band really gets the groove going and Jerry has some nice solos at the end, resulting in a very high energy effort. FOTD has Jerry really shining. Queen Jane is sweet too. Ramble on Rose> Music is excellent.ROR is a huge version and Jerry pushes it over the top. In Music Jerry does abruptly end the first jam before they switch into the final jam,and once again he and the band finish strongly.This often occured in this song anyway.
The Eyes, yes slower, works extremly well and Jerry plays his best work of the night. The ending solo and build up is remarkable. The Playin'>Terapin is great, Jerry does flubs the lyrics but goes back and corrects himself quite nicely. The end and the following jam is also quite good. The ending of the set is the exact replica of 3/30 in Atlanta. A sweet Stella and SSDD are very good. The Liberty, from an audience source, is one of the stronger versions and Jerry is very jovile on it.
April 6, 2005 Subject:
In my mind, this is not anywhere close to a 5 star show. Jerry flubbs the vocals on Shakedown badly....eyes drags...decent moment during MNS (thanks Phil/Bob)...jam cut short after Terrapin...any show with Walkin Blues automatically gets 1/2 a star reduction alone.
November 18, 2004 Subject:
that jam after terrapin gets far out real quick via jerry's midi......great sound quality----4....only because Liberty is from mics----damn
August 17, 2004 Subject:
if for no other reason, and believe me, there are SEVERAL..............the eyes is KILLER. sound is great........a must have
June 13, 2004 Subject:
Where it the Dark Star?
This show features an Eyes that is so slow I had to run for a pee break. And to think, in 1984 they played it way too fast. The jam after Terrapin is ferocious. Then I could swear Jerry was teasing Dark Star. Candace even did her part by shining little stars down on the stage floor. Then Mickey gets out his tom tom mallets and Jerry looks at him like "Drums already? But I was gonna go into Dark Star." A few seconds later he was off the stage. Damn that Mickey. Never did catch a Dark Star.